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How has COVID-19 impacted transport planning priorities?

Posted on: Tuesday, November 10, 2020 - 19:26

HARMONY recently launched a survey on how planning priorities in both new and traditional mobility services have changed in the COVID-19 era.

With the COVID-19 outbreak, policymaking and urban transport have unquestionably changed. But how?

The HARMONY project, which is funded under European Union’s (EU) Horizon 2020 programme and is part of the CIVITAS family, has published a survey to capture those changes and explore which actions and tools are being adopted to implement new policy objectives.

In particular, the survey looks at mobility stakeholders' views on:

  1. Potential changes in urban and transport planning priorities due to the COVID-19 outbreak;
  2. The actions used to implement the prioritised or new planning objectives; and
  3. The planning tools or processes that are in place in different organisation.

Want to have your say? Take part in the survey and share it with your contacts in the public and private sector.

It takes around 10-15 minutes to complete – find it here. The survey will stay open until Tuesday 17 November. Don’t miss this opportunity to shape the new mobility era!

HARMONY aims to deliver a new generation of regional spatial and transport planning tools that will enable metropolitan area authorities to introduce new passenger and freight mobility services in a sustainable way.

Find out more information about HARMONY on its website. You can further follows us the project on Twitter and LinkedIn. Please feel free to email the following address if you would like further information:

Author: Annarita Leserri

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